When I was a judge, there was a classmate who was defending. I didn’t know what to think. She came up and said that the company’s business A was email list not doing well, and then she said that she had undertaken or replaced business A in this project, and did a variety of good things.
An embarrassing situation emerged: the person in charge of Project A was on the scene and was one of the judges.
First of all, I don’t agree with this way of expression. Whether the project A is doing well or not will not affect her talking about her own project;
Secondly, I don't think Project A is that bad either. It's a bit over-interpreted, at least it's not the consensus within the company.
So on the spot, the person in charge of Project A asked a few tricky and reasonable questions, but the student did not answer them.
As one of the judges, aside from the above questions, I also felt that this student was not up to the standard of promotion and did not vote.
But I don't even agree with this expression. If you have strength and output, then you can confidently and objectively take it out, throw it in the face of the judges and leave, how cool.
If you want to step on someone else, you can't.
Through this, my advice to you is:
Describe your achievements objectively and rigorously, and don't mix things up.
It's a very clean place and can't hold anything else. Once it appears, it is very conspicuous and uncomfortable.
These three points are all very real, unpackaged advice, and probably few people have written the story of the judging process, so it may not sound so comfortable.
But we are all adults, and we have to accept that the reality is complicated and the truth sounds uncomfortable.
If a friend fails to be promoted, or thinks that he has been unfairly treated, he should find more reasons in himself, instead of venting his anger and rejecting negative emotions.
The above, I hope to help everyone.
Han Xu, WeChat public account: Operating a dog work diary, everyone is a product manager columnist. The original Maoyan movie product operation expert, experienced 0 to 1 hardships when starting a business, and planned the gameplay for a large number of users when he was in Baidu. With 10 years of experience in the industry, he has focused on the field of Internet operations, including product operations, user operations, community operations and UGC operations.
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